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Presentation
The LILAC Project: Coding Student Information-Seeking Behaviors
Student Success in Writing Conference
  • Janice R Walker, Georgia Southern University
  • Jinrong Li, Georgia Southern University
  • Leigh Ann Williams, Georgia Southern University
  • Jenna Lancaster Vaisvil, Georgia Southern University
  • Jeanne Bohannon, Kennesaw Statet University
Location
Room 129
Type of Presentation
Research-Oriented
Length of Presentation
Panel presentation (2 or more presenters given 50 minutes including Q&A)
Abstract

This panel will introduce participants to the LILAC Project (Learning Information Literacy across the Curriculum). Presenters will first demonstrate how student information-seeking behaviors are coded; participants will then practice coding one of the videos. Finally, the whole group will discuss how the findings can be used by teachers, librarians, and others.

Primary Target Audience
Four-year college faculty
Secondary Target Audience
Librarians and Information Specialists
Tertiary Target Audience
High school teachers
Primary Interest Area
Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines
Secondary Interest Area
Bridging high school to college
Tertiary Interest Area
First-Year Writing
Publication Type and Release Option
Presentation (Open Access)
Citation Information
Janice R Walker, Jinrong Li, Leigh Ann Williams, Jenna Lancaster Vaisvil, et al.. "The LILAC Project: Coding Student Information-Seeking Behaviors" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeanne_bohannon/18/